IFFR x Erasmus 2017
IFFR and Erasmus are back for a collaboration in the shape of films, talkshows and a film quiz. Have a look at the entire programme:
30 Jan | IFFR Film Quiz
A mix of high and low, art house and Hollywood. Erasmus University and International Film Festival Rotterdam join forces in the one and only IFFR/EUR Film Quiz.
Do you know all films of directors like J.J. Abrams as well as Tarkovsky by heart, can you guess the film soundtrack when it’s played on Hungarian pan flute, or do you recognize all of Stan Lee's cameos? And does everyone hate you for it? No worries: at the IFFR Film Quiz you and your knowledge of film finally get the stage it deserves. Register with your team (max 5 persons) from 19:00 hours at the spot.
Main price: IFFR 2017 Tote bag with film tickets for the IFFR Instant Favourite on Feb 2 + drink!
Quizmaster: Bart van Oort
Host: Jochem Smit
Mon 30 Jan | 19:30 – 21:00 | Free
Location: Foyer Rotterdamse Schouwburg
31 Jan | Studio Erasmus
Studio Erasmus is the monthly chat show at Erasmus University about science and current affairs. Featuring interviews, mini lectures and live music. On Tuesday 31 January, during the special IFFR edition in English, the theme will be film.
Erasmus University on current affairs and the latest academic research – that’s Studio Erasmus. Intriguing, thought provoking, but always academically sound. On Tuesday 31 January 2017 in the Rotterdamse Schouwburg, the programme includes:
What are Game of Thrones fans looking for in Dubrovnik? – Cultural scientist Abby Waysdorf on media tourism, or: why we want to see locations featured in films and series for ourselves.
How realistic is the film psychiatrist? – Professor of Psychiatry Steven Kushner on the (in)credibility of Tony Soprano and the degree of realism in One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest (and the far reaching consequences of this portrayal).
Institutional racism and the movies - cultural sociologist Julian Schaap and journalist Malique Mohamud on good intentions, representation, stereotypes, and ‘black rebels’ at this year’s festival.
How do we actually look at art when we know that it is art on forehand? – Noah van Dongen finds out by scanning participants brains in an fMRI.
And live music by Arthur & Sebastiaan, who present their totally unique interpretation of classical soundtracks.
Tue 31 Jany 2017 | 8.30 – 9.45 p.m. (doors open and live music from 8.00 p.m.) | Foyer Rotterdamse Schouwburg| Free admission, booking possible at www.sgerasmus.nl
Location: Foyer Rotterdamse Schouwburg
Studio Erasmus is a programme presented by Erasmus University, in partnership with the International Film Festival Rotterdam and the Rotterdamse Schouwburg. Presentation: Geert Maarse.
1 Feb | Tiger College: The Future of Work and Death
Best of both worlds: One of the best movies of this festival, preluded by a lecture by one of the best scientists of Erasmus University. Researcher dr. Etienne Augé gives an introduction lecture on the film The Future of Work and Death (2016).
Dr. Etienne F. Augé is senior lecturer in international communication at the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication. He teaches intercultural communication, public diplomacy, film studies, and science fiction. He also trains diplomats in public diplomacy at Clingendael and is the founder of CHIFT (Community for Histories of the Future), a platform aiming to study and develop science fiction in the Netherlands.
Ticket sales start on Friday 20 January 2017.
Wed 1 Feb | 19.15 - 21.30 | €8 / €11
Location: Cinerama 1, Westblaak 18
2 Feb | Erasmus @ IFFR Film Night
For all film lovers and first-timers! The best way to get acquainted with IFFR is to visit it. Get to enjoy one of the best films of the festival during a special screening for students and employees of Erasmus University.
The film that will be shown this year is A Hustlers Diary.
Ivica Zubak, Sweden, 2017
The actions of the criminal Metin – just like the disconsolate Swedish settings in which his life unfolds – are veiled in shades of grey. He has grand dreams about becoming famous, and unfortunately reality keeps getting in the way and hitting him in the face. A layered portrait, both raw and funny.
Thu 2 Feb | 21.00 - 23.00 | €5 or €8
Location: Pathé 7, Schouwburgplein 101